Four killed in Sitka, Alaska small airplane crash. Mike Schneider is the right attorney for the job.
The Alaska State Troopers report that four people died in a Sitka, Alaska airplane crash on Monday. The Piper Malibu was seen flying low above the island and crashed into a deserted house. All four on-board were killed. They have not been identified.
The plane was registered to Hendrickson Aviation out of Lewes, Delaware. It left Victoria International Airport about 10 a.m. and is believe to have flown too low, clipping a tree or power line, and spinning into the house. The Sitka Fire Department put out the subsequent blaze.
The Federal Aviation Administration will investigate. A complete report will be issued. Depending on the facts of that report, the families of those who died may have legal claims and need to contact an attorney.
For more information on this subject, please refer to our section on Airlines, Cruises, Buses, and Other Mass Transit Accidents.